This novel is a must read for those leaders looking for tips and advantages to take his organization to the next level. Coach K gives various pointers and advice that are beneficial to all who are a part of an organization. He states in this book that leaders have to earn the right to be demanding by simply being the understanding individual who did not forget where they started from. Coach K mentions how your personal life problems can affect how you work with others at your work place. I love that Coach Krzyzewski mentions things about his own personal life. He gave tips on ways to not let the personal things in your life hinder your work life. He went on to provide his readers with many scenarios from previous basketball games over his career to help relate things that are more than likely to take place inside the work place.
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... to handle different scenarios and situations. Coach K teaches you how to handle those different things that will occur during your season. I believe that being a situational leader helps you become the transformational leader; the other leadership style Krzyzewski mentions in the novel. Both leadership styles complement one another being the situations you deal with help you transform you team and staff into a well-oiled machine. I recommend anyone that has a future in leadership to read this great informational book. With Coach K winning 5 National Championships, 12 Final Four Regional Championships, 13 ACC Tournament Championships and 3-time Naismith College Coach of the Year; his resume speaks for itself, you can only imagine the vital information you can gain from someone of his caliber . He is a prime example of what it means to showcase exceptional leadership.
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